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NJ Transit’s rail service will resume after access to Pennsylvania Station in New York is suspended

New York City (WABC)-NJ Transit Rail Service entering and exiting New York Pennsylvania Station has resumed late after a previous stop due to overhead line issues.

“Rail services to and from Pennsylvania Station in New York are operating on schedule or almost on schedule, following the previous Amtrak overhead line problem,” the agency tweeted at 5:30 am.

The outage was first reported just before 4:30 am on Thursday.

NJ Transit tickets and passes are no longer mutually respected by PATH at Newark Pennsylvania, Hoboken, 33 St.

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